Omega dissolves reservations and presents the novelties of this 2022, with a surprising range of colors and materials, once again managing to find the right balance between tradition and novelty.

Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep

The history that links Omega to the ocean begins in 1932 with the “Omega Marine” model, the first diving watch for civilian use. In 2019 Omega presents the Ultra Deep, a watch with indestructible features such as a grade 5 titanium case and a sapphire crystal inspired by the portholes of submarines.

Today, for the 90th year of production of divers, the Swiss company presents seven new models from the Ultra Deep collection. The peculiar characteristics are water resistance of 6000m 45.5mm case with a version made of sandblasted grade 5 titanium.

In addition to the sandblasted titanium version, Omega presents the new O-MEGASTEEL, a high-performance stainless steel alloy with an unmatched luster. Powered by the Co-Axial Master Chronometer caliber 8912, all watches in the collection are Master Chronometer certified, guaranteeing the highest Swiss standards of precision, performance and magnetic resistance.

Seamaster Diver 300m

A watch that has been able to conquer adventure lovers from all over the world but also the most elegant spy in the service of Her Majesty.

The brand new Seamaster Diver 300m now changes color but not the character, with a green ceramic dial and bezel. Powered by the very faithful Co-Axial Master Chronometer caliber 8800 with special luxury finishes, it mounts a bracelet with a brand new case integration for a diver with an elegant touch.

Seamaster Aqua Terra

As we have seen, Omega has worked hard on innovation but also on a personal touch and style. The OMEGA Aqua Terra is proof of this, with a range of dials featuring shades ranging from earth to ocean. Lovers of this collection can choose models with a larger diameter, 38 mm, with ocean blue, laurel green, sand, saffron or terracotta dials.

The 34 mm version, on the other hand, is available with a sea blue, green, sand, shell pink and lavender dial. The OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer caliber 8800 animates this collection.

Constellation Aventurine

The twelve new editions of Constellation Aventurine can be referred to as wrist jewelry.
Whether in the steel, steel / gold (Sedna) or completely Sedna gold configuration, they are fitted with dials made of Aventurine, therefore, truly unique objects since it is impossible to replicate the same dial.

There are numerous combinations between bezel with pavé diamonds or engraved Roman numerals.
The beating heart behind the natural dials is the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer caliber 8700 or 8701 for all models entirely in gold.

Speedmaster '57 Caliber 9906

The famous Speedmaster first introduced in 2013, it returns with an optimization of the Master Chronometer and a thinner profile with a thinner case providing greater aerodynamics.

There is an edition with a black dial, which features a "sandwich" design with recessed hour markers in vintage Super-LumiNova, and three editions with a PVD dial in blue, green and a new shade of burgundy paint all animated by the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer caliber 9906.

Speedmaster Moonwatch – Moonshine Gold

Omega wanted to once again embellish what is the maison's most iconic watch ever.
Thanks to a “lunar” inspiration, we have the arrival of two new models in Moonshine gold, a yellow gold alloy created by Omega and inspired by the light of the moon in the night sky.

One version features a dial crafted in Moonshine ™ gold, a black ceramic bezel ring, and burnished counters and indexes. The other version features a green PVD-coated dial and a green ceramic bezel ring.

The watch will be equipped with an 18K gold bracelet or an integrated black rubber strap embellished inside with a texture that reproduces the lunar surface and with an 18K gold folding clasp.
The beating heart of these new models is the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer caliber 3861.

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